List of Emigre magazine issues

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Following is a list of Emigre magazines. The complete series of 69 issues was published from 1984 to 2005.

The resources for this list were individual issues of Emigre Magazine and Emigre’s website. [1] Bullets in each entry highlight themes and selected content.

Personnel not listed below include copy editor Alice Polesky, font designer Zuzana Licko and manager Tim Starback.

For the full Wikipedia article on Emigre magazine, see Emigre magazine.

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Emigre 1: The Magazine That Ignores Boundaries

Emigre 2: The Magazine That Ignores Boundaries

Emigre 3: The Magazine That Ignores Boundaries

Emigre 4: The Magazine That Ignores Boundaries

Emigre 5: Edizione Italo-Francese

Emigre 6: International Culture

Emigre 7: Various Travel Accounts

  • 1987. [8]
  • Created by Robert Kopecky, Judy Anderson, Rudy VanderLans, Susan King, Tom Bonauro, Stefano Massei. Art Direction by Rudy VanderLans. Copyright Emigre Graphics.
  • Various designers/artists each produced a "graphic documentation of personal travel experiences."
  • Around the World with Shithead and Winky, by Robert Kopecky.
  • Tokyo Press Check / Making Face, by Judy Anderson in collaboration with Ginny Hoyle.
  • America Is My Country But Paris Is My Hometown—Gertrude Stein, by Susan E. King.
  • The Travel Journals of Paul Kwan and Arnold Iger.
  • Views of Travel, by Tom Bonauro.

Emigre 8: Alienation

Emigre 9: 4AD

Emigre 10: Cranbrook

Emigre 11: Ambition/Fear

Emigre 12: Press Time!

Emigre 13: Redesigning Stereotypes

Emigre 14: Heritage

Emigre 15: Do You Read Me?

Emigre 16: Sound Design

  • 1990. [18]
  • Designer/Editor: Rudy VanderLans. Copyright Emigre Graphics.
  • Features work of Bruce Licher and James Towning.
  • Cover was printed at Independent Project Press by Bruce Licher on a Vandercook letterpress.
  • Includes Music! pull-out poster.

Emigre 17: Wise Guys

  • 1991. [19]
  • Editor/Designer: Rudy VanderLans. Copyright Emigre Graphics.
  • Half of the magazine is devoted to designer Piet Schreuders.
  • Half of the magazine is devoted to artist/designer Ed Fella.

Emigre 18: Type-Site

Emigre 19: Starting From Zero

Emigre 20: Expatriates

  • 1991. [22]
  • Features interviews with Robert Nakata and Allen Hori.

Emigre 21: New Faces

Emigre 22: Teach

  • 1992. [24]
  • Feature article on Nick Bell.

Emigre 23: Culprits

Emigre 24: Neomania

Emigre 25: Made in Holland

Emigre 26: All Fired Up

Emigre 27: David Carson

Emigre 28: Broadcast

Emigre 29: The Designers Republic

Emigre 30: Fallout

Emigre 31: Raising Voices

Emigre 32: Essays, Texts and Other Writings about Graphic Design

Emigre 33: No Small Issue

  • 1995. [38]
  • The title of the issue is wordplay: this is the first of the smaller, revised format reduced from 11¼ x 14¾ to 8¼ x 11¼".
  • In and Around: Cultures of Design and the Design of Cultures, Part II, by Andrew Blauvelt. Full text online. [39]

Emigre 34: The Rebirth of Design

Emigre 35: Mouthpiece

  • Summer 1995. [42]
  • Guest-edited by Anne Burdick.
  • Essays on the relationship between writing and design.

Emigre 36: Mouthpiece 2

  • Fall 1995. [43]
  • Guest-edited by Anne Burdick.
  • Essays on the relationship between writing and design.

Emigre 37: Joint Venture

Emigre 38: The Authentic Issue

Emigre 39: The Next Big Thing

  • 1996. [47]
  • Issue devoted to the effect of electronic publishing and the Internet.

Emigre 40: The Info Perplex

Emigre 41: The Magazine Issue

Emigre 42: The Mercantile Issue

Emigre 43: Designers are People Too

Emigre 44: Design As Content

  • Fall 1997. [52]
  • Designer/Editor: Rudy VanderLans. Copyright Emigre, Inc.
  • Features five reviews of four recently published books:
  • Hype Or Hope, by Diane Gromola on the book Mind Grenades: Manifestos from the Future.
  • Fuel Full Pull Poll Pool Cool Cook Book, by Kenneth FitzGerald on the book Pure Fuel on the work of Fuel.
  • Put My Head to Your Ray Gun: The Marvin S. Jarrett Story, by Bill Gubbins on the book Ray Gun: Out of Control on Ray Gun magazine.
  • Duty Now for the Future, by Shawn Wolfe on the book Mind Grenades: Manifestos from the Future.
  • The Cutting Edge Trade, by Rudy VanderLans on the book G1: New Dimensions in Graphic Design.

Emigre 45: Untitled

  • Winter 1998. [53]
  • Designer/Editor: Rudy VanderLans. Copyright Emigre, Inc.
  • An Interview with Peter Maybury, features images of Maybury's experimental book art.
  • Jack W. Stauffacher, Printer &c., by Chuck Byrne on Stauffacher's letterpress designs.
  • Head to Hand: Reading the Book Designs of Lorraine Wild, by Andrew Blauvelt.

Emigre 46: Fanzines and the Culture of DIY

  • Spring 1998. [54]
  • Designer/Editor: Rudy VanderLans. Copyright Emigre, Inc.
  • Variety of articles by editor and various authors on fanzines, including Heckler.

Emigre 47: Relocating Design

Emigre 48: Untitled II

Emigre 49: The Everything Is For Sale Issue

Emigre 50: Think Ink

Emigre 51: First Things First

Emigre 52: The Magazine You Love to Hate

Emigre 53: Graphic Design Incl.

  • Saving Advertising, by Jelly Helm. Full text online. [62]

Emigre 54: The Last Wave

Emigre 55: The Leisure Time Issue

Emigre 56: The Emigre Legacy: 16 Years of Graphic Design Production

Emigre 57: Lost Formats Preservation Society

Emigre 58: Everyone is a Designer: Manifest for the Design Economy

  • Spring 2001. Publisher: Rudy VanderLans. Guest designer and art director: Mieke Gerritzen. Copyright Emigre, Inc. [64]
  • Design blurbs incorporated into colorful compositions of guest art director Mieke Gerritzen.

Emigre 59: Economy of Means

  • Summer 2001. [65]
  • Guest designers: Fake I.D. (Yvan Martinez and Joshua Trees). [66] Text typography: Rudy VanderLans. Copyright Emigre, Inc.
  • Sustainable Consumerism, by Chris Riley. Full text online. [67]

Emigre 60: Honey Barbara: I-10 & W. AVE.

Emigre 61: The Grassy Knoll: Happily Ever After

  • 2002. Editor & Designer: Rudy VanderLans. [69]
  • Features compact disc by alternative band The Grassy Knoll.

Emigre 62: Catfish

  • 2002. [70]
  • Includes DVD.

Emigre 63: Scenic: The Acid Gospel Experience

  • Summer 2002. [71]
  • Features compact disc by Bruce Licher band Scenic.

Emigre 64: Rant

  • 2003. [72]
  • Co-published by Princeton Architectural Press.

Emigre 65: If We're Standing on the Shoulders of Giants...

  • 2003. [73]
  • Co-published by Princeton Architectural Press.

Emigre 66: Nudging Graphic Design

  • 2004. [74]
  • Co-published by Princeton Architectural Press.

Emigre 67: Graphic design vs. style, globalism, criticism, science, authenticity, and humanism

  • 2004. [75]
  • Co-published by Princeton Architectural Press.

Emigre 68: American Mutt Barks in the Yard

  • 2005. [76]
  • Co-published by Princeton Architectural Press.

Emigre 69: The End

  • 2005. [77]
  • Co-published by Princeton Architectural Press.

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